We have come home from one of the most wonderful and memorable vacations we've ever had. Arriving home last night after a long day of driving north from San Francisco our little home was a welcome sight as we rounded the corner. There is so much to share from our trip - time with family and friends. Our days together in The City - just the two of us - were very special. And when my BFF from college days arrived with her hubby we four had the time of our lives. But the highlight was my college reunion on the campus that was my home so long ago. I cherish the memory of the hours spent with friends from the past and my heart dearly treasures the chance to reconnect with dear ones I thought I might never see or talk to again. The campus has changed - in many good ways - and some things dear to my heart are no longer there. But the reasons for the changes made sense and my heart was at peace. I have too many photos to share - I really must learn to control myself with my camera! It will have to wait a bit. Life at home, real life, is calling me to focus on things here. Please come back again soon - I can't wait to tell you all about it!
I live here.....an hr from SF. When I saw it 30yrs ago I knew I had to live here. SF will most likely be the only town Ill miss when I leave here. Ive had enough of CA. and Im moving up to the Oregon coast. Its beautiful up there and not so many people like here. But alot of it reminds me of SF too. SF is memorable tho, glad you had a great trip.ReplyDelete
It sounds wonderful! Our daughter and her husband are planning a trip there.ReplyDelete
Such trips down memory lane are so good for the soul. Love that you had such a wonderful time and can't wait to see more. Many years since I've been to SF, and just seeing this picture makes me want to take a trip.ReplyDelete
Welcome back! Can't wait to see pictures, and hear all about it!ReplyDelete
I live near San Francisco, and I never tire of acting as tour guide for visiting friends! It's a beautiful city.ReplyDelete
What campus are you referring to? USF was my home in the late 1970's.ReplyDelete